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January 01, 1990 - January 03, 2013 + To the Point
The least productive Congress gives way to a new Congress today. Who will wield power? Also, the legacy of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Congress may have averted the fiscal cliff, but the deal didn't solve the nation's long-term fiscal problems. What did yesterday's deal accomplish? What's still ahead?
The death of newspapers at the hands of the Internet has been predicted, but circulation’s rising and investors are taking an interest again. Will digital...
On this special end-of-the-year edition of To the Point, we rebroadcast some of our favorite author interviews from earlier this year.
The headlines of 2012 tell of divisiveness and anger, but there are other stories to tell. Americans found new ways to embrace community and draw...
Many Americans are pulling out their checkbooks in a year-end surge of tax deductible giving. How has charitable giving changed? If tax laws change, will...
If you've never heard of a MOOC, don't worry. Massive Open Online Courses are only a year old, but several schools are using them to...
The US is one of the world’s most religious countries, but American religion is changing. Does it unify or divide? Will atheists be more accepted...
Is "parental hysteria" producing "a nation of wimps?" Is it just the "generation gap" all over again or legitimate concern about the harsh realities of...
The National Rifle Association today broke the silence it's maintained since last week's massacre in Connecticut. Is a culture captivated by guns ready for change?
We hear how compromise on the "fiscal cliff" is dominated by philosophical differences, political mistrust — and personal antipathy.
Even before last week's Newtown massacre, Michigan legislators voted for concealed weapons on school campuses. We look at increased efforts to make sure children are...
Friday's massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, has raised questions about the failure of America's mental health system to help those who need it.
The latest of this year's multiple shootings killed 6 adults and 20 first-graders on Friday. Some call this the time for action. Others warn about...